Hello everyone, my name is Bart Hendrikx.  No, I don’t have any blood relations with Jimi. Amsterdam is where I am now.
In less than 3 decades of this inspired life of mine, I’ve uncovered a bit of Mother Earth, living in cities like Berlin, Maastricht, Antwerp, London, Panama, Antibes, NY, Boston, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Newport Beach and 5 years of Malibu, CA where I worked in Advertising, Music, Film and TV. I collect air miles as often as I redeem them.

Welcome to my world: a non-commercial editorial platform intended for private personal study and educational purposes only with no charge made for any materials. Together we will absorb a daily recommended dose of inspirational content.
We will laugh, we will cry – but most of all – we will delight in the inspired creations of humanity.

Great documentaries, films, TV series, books, music, eclectic visions, interesting opinions, history lessons and anything else that uplifts and informs the human spirit. And don’t hesitate to email me. I enjoy talking to strangers… Enjoy your stay.

A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace

“Governments of the Industrial World, you weary giants of flesh and steel, I come from Cyberspace, the new home of Mind.”

The photograph seen on this page is from American poet and essayist, John Perry Barlow. Barlow is the founder of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which published the February 8, 1996 paper: “A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace.” A widely distributed early paper, on the applicability (or lack thereof) of government on the rapidly growing internet. This paper being one of the early inspirations to start the editorial platform

A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace by John Perry Barlow